Teen tech behavior sets the blogosphere atwitter

The blogosphere has been buzzing after august investment house Morgan Stanley published a research report by a 15-year old intern citing anecdotal evidence collected from his teenage friends. Morgan claimed this report drew a huge response from its institutional investor clients who clamored to talk about the findings.

The blogosphere quickly glommed onto the reports' assertion that teens don't like Twitter. TechCrunch enlisted its own 16-year old to write a piece heartily supporting the Morgan Stanley report even as research shop Sysomos published its own findings that teens likely do tweet a lot, based on an index of 11 million Twitter users; the report estimated that 65 percent of those users were under 24 years of age.